River to River
Mon May 6, 2013
Livestock Inspections and Teen Driving
Under an agreement with the EPA, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources will have to inspect 1,600 livestock facilities each year, for the next five years. Debate at the Iowa Statehouse is centering around how many inspectors are needed to do the job. Then, Iowa was one of the first states to approve a graduated driver's license system for teens. Since then, the state has dropped to 49th in rankings of teen driving safety. A new Iowa law puts more restrictions on the youngest and most inexperienced drivers. Host Clay Masters talks about the law and the research into the common causes of accidents involving teen drivers.